How to paint vinyl siding

fc343fa1fceb5d693b32f6a5e2841b91Vinyl sidings are still the most popular choice for home exteriors; this is due to the fact that it is of low costs and doesn’t require a lot from the home owners. In addition to this, it is also a good thing that if you grown tired of its color, you can easy search something about how to paint vinyl siding on the internet and a whole lot of tips will pop up because the items’ popularity.

If you suddenly decided to change the color of your vinyl siding, you can easily do just that, but be very sure that you are to plan out everything properly so it would be less likely that you will end up regretting the result under certain circumstances. The best way for you to do this is to consider numerous factors first before you jump into painting anything.

  • Study the weather

Make sure that you are not working against weather odds. Check if there are any signs of possible rain or stormy weather before you get busy with your pain brush and stuffs; paint being washed off after you worked so hard perfecting it is not a pleasing sight to adorn.

Choose a paint that will last long


As we all know considering the paint is one of the most important factors in any paint job, especially for the exterior of a house. This is how to paint vinyl siding, be on the lookout for paints that contain acrylic and urethane resins these will help your coating stick to the sidings completely.


You also need to be sure that you are able to prepare the vinyl sidings before you start on painting it. Don’t just use plain water from the hose to remove the dirt, use a solution of one third cup detergent, two thirds cups of powder house cleaner, a quart of liquid bleach and a gallon of water to ensure that your painting surface is clean and ready to be painted.

Now you can start being busy in painting your vinyl sidings. 🙂 


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